Have a look around on the wiki. It's quite possible to run freenet 0.7
from just the jars. You need to get freenet-cvs-snapshot.jar and
freenet-ext.jar, and a JVM, and run java -cp
freenet-cvs-snapshot.jar;freenet-ext.jar freenet.node.Node ...

On Wed, Aug 30, 2006 at 04:50:23AM -0000, Anonymous via Panta Rhei wrote:
> On Tue, 29 Aug 2006 22:39:59 +0200, you wrote:
> >
> > nobody at geonosis.homelinux.net wrote:
> >
> > > Please, Do NOT suggest switching to Linux, I've tried it and my hardware 
> > > will not
> > > support it's demands.  Again, this is a matter of money that unlike SOME 
> > > people, I
> > > don't have a hell
> > >
> > I suggest linux. There are many versions of it, some of them designed to
> > run on very poor hardware with insufficient ram.
> > Money is not an excuse for using a bad OS.
> >
> > Just look for a minimalist linux. There are many good window managers
> > like IceWM (IIRC) which won't demand much memory.
> >
> 
> Perhaps I was not sufficiently clear.  Linux is not an acceptable answer.
> Machine limitations are a major part of that, but other considerations
> that I am not at liberty to discuss are also a factor.
> 
> Changing OS is not an option no matter what.  I have made poor choices due
> to financial limitations and now am locked into those choices for at least
> another 9.85 years.  <whine>(and yeah, it sucks to be me.)</whine>
> 
> On the other hand, I have seen reports of people successfully running 0.7
> on a Windows 98 computer with little difficulty.  Because of this, I do not
> comprehend the apparent reluctance to divulge the requested help.
> 
> I would consider Entropy except for the fact that it has always been slower
> than shit and has not released a new version in over a year
> 
> 
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